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2 hours ago, U-C said:


Those Super 92 Masseys were very popular here and also with the custom cutters that used to come up from the states in the sixties. 

Heres another 706 IH ad showing the front view. 


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Here is a #9 IH hay rake ad. I now have printed it off to go with the #9 I have. 


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Thought I'd post something before this thread gets buried too far to find it. Rural internet is horrendously slow here sometimes lately with so many people stuck at home watching Netflix or something. This is an ad from an old North American Lumber catalogue. I guess my ancestors were studying it when they were looking at upgrading from the log shack. Pretty interesting reading. This would be post WWI. 


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I've been trying to find out what this is. In the process I learned Hesston had self-propelled choppers labeled Hesston and not Field Queen, Gehl had a self-propelled chopper, Papec had a self-propelled chopper. I am leaning toward this being a Fox or some vegetable harvester. 


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